Perimenopause Management

Service Details

About Perimenopause Management

Perimenopause marks the transitional phase leading up to menopause, the point when a woman’s ovaries gradually begin to produce less estrogen. This period typically starts in a woman’s 40s but can begin as early as the mid-30s. During perimenopause, menstrual cycles may become irregular, and women may start experiencing symptoms like hot flashes, sleep disturbances, mood swings, and changes in sexual function. These changes are a natural part of aging as the body prepares to eventually enter menopause, where menstrual periods cease entirely.

What You Need to Know

Our perimenopause management services are designed to support women navigating the transitional phase before menopause. Understanding that each woman’s experience with perimenopause is unique, we offer personalized care plans that address specific symptoms such as hormonal imbalances, hot flashes, mood changes, and sleep disturbances. Our approach includes a combination of lifestyle adjustments, hormonal therapies, and alternative treatments to alleviate symptoms and improve quality of life during this natural stage of aging.

Personalized Care Plans

Tailored specifically to address individual symptoms and concerns, ensuring targeted and effective management.

Comprehensive Support

From hormonal therapies to lifestyle adjustments, our approach covers all aspects necessary to ease the transition.

Expert Medical Team

Our specialists are experienced in women's health, providing knowledgeable and empathetic care.

Holistic and Integrative Options

We offer a range of treatments including conventional medicine and alternative therapies to suit diverse needs and preferences.

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Patient Portal

To get started using our patient portal we need your email address. You can either talk to our front desk staff before your next appointment or call our offices and give us your email address. Either way make sure to ask to become “web enabled”. Upon becoming “web enabled” you will be sent an email from eClinical Web with instructions on how to sign into the patient portal. In that email you will be sent a username and temporary password.